The world’s 17 best universities by subject — from performing arts to archaeology

Massachusetts Institute Technology MIT Killian Court Great Dome CampusQS produces a comprehensive ranking of the world’s best universities, broken down by region and subject.

QS’s latest ranking was released on Wednesday, tracking the best schools on the planet in 46 different subject areas, including standard subjects like business and history, all the way to more obscure degrees such as mining.

In total, 18 different universities are considered to be the best in the world in at least one of the 46 subjects, although 15 schools top only one, with three taking the top spot in a combined 31 different subjects.

The three highest scoring universities are perhaps unsurprising given their huge prestige, but many of the other schools featured are less well known and specialize in one or two areas.

Check out the list below. The number in brackets represents the number of academic disciplines each university topped QS’ ranking in.

Wageningen University (1) — Located in the Dutch town of Wageningen, around 50 miles from the capital, Amsterdam, this university is paradise for students wanting to study degrees related to agriculture and forestry.

Royal College of Art (1) — For the second consecutive year, London’s RCA is the best place on earth to study art and design focused subjects.

University of Southern California (1) — USC ranks first in QS’ ranking for doing a degree in communications and media studies. The school also excels at varsity sports.

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